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Giangiacomo Bravo

Bio

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS • computational social sciences • environmental sustainability • collective action problems and the evolution of altruistic and cooperative behaviours • common-pool resource management • social-ecological systems

CURRENT POSITION • Professor in sociology, Department of Social Studies, Linnaeus University, Sweden.

PAST POSITIONS • (11/2008–6/2013) Lecturer in economic sociology, University of Torino, Italy. • (February 2009) Visitor, Department of Sociology/ICS, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. • (01/2004–10/2008) Lecturer in economic sociology, University of Brescia, Italy. • (01/2001–01/2003) Post-doctoral fellow, University of Brescia, Italy. • (09/1998–12/1998) Visitor, Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University, USA. • (03/1997–03/2000) Associate researcher, IRES (Istituto di Ricerche Economiche e Sociali) L. Morosini, Torino, Italy (except for the period September-December 1998). • (10/1996–02/1997) Visitor, ZWE Arbeit und Region, University of Bremen, Germany.

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Reviews

31

Reviews (last 12 months)

2

Reviews (average per year)

8

Merit

121

Openness

50.0%

Acceptance rate

28.6%

Review to Publication ratio

1:0.5


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Giangiacomo Bravo

Social Sciences (all) reviewers

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